ALL NATURAL & ECO-FRIENDLY MATERIALS
Made of organic cotton, sustainably harvested beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin.
REUSABLE & LONG LASTING
Our reusable beeswax wraps last around one year when used several times each week, and are compostable at end-of-life. While traditional plastic products are used for only a few minutes and hang around the earth for thousands of years.
- Small: 8x8in (20x20cm)
With a small sheet you can securely wrap half of a lemon, the end of a cucumber, half of an onion (don’t worry, Bee’s Wrap won’t hold the smell), half of an avocado (press it tightly next to the fruit to prevent it from turning brown), or cover a small bowl, or wrap carrot sticks or other snack items.
- Medium: 11x11in (28x28cm)
With a medium sheet, you can securely cover a standard cereal or small serving bowl, or wrap a sandwich, baked goods, cheese, half of a head of cabbage or cantaloupe. It seals up tight, so no leaking!
- Large: 14x14in (36x36cm)
With a large sheet, you can securely cover a large or serving bowl or a pie dish, wrap celery, large sandwiches, or half of a watermelon.
EACH PACK INCLUDES:
- 1× Small Beeswax Food Wrap
- 1× Medium Beeswax Food Wrap
- 1× Large Beeswax Food Wrap
Use the warmth of your hands to soften the beeswax wrap and form over a bowl, container, or piece of food. As the wrap cools, it creates a seal and stores food naturally. You can also pour small snacks like nuts or grapes into a wrap and twist the ends together to form a secure pouch.
EASY CARE & STORAGE:
Rinse/wash in cool water with mild soap and air dry. Hang them over your dishrack and when dry, squeeze into a ball and toss in a countertop basket till you need it again.
HOW LONG DOES BEE’S WRAP LAST?
Bee’s Wraps last for up to a year with regular usage and proper care.
DOES BEE’S WRAP HAVE A SCENT?
Yes. When you first open your package of Bee’s Wrap you will smell the beeswax. The scent will fade after the first few uses and washes until you can no longer detect it.
DID YOU KNOW?:
The scent of beeswax reflects the aroma of the flowers from which the bees collected pollen. It will change from season to season, depending on harvest time. Cool!!!